This morning.

Via RTÉ:

New figures from the Health Service Executive show a further reduction in the number of patients in hospitals with confirmed or suspected Covid-19.

There are now 826 patients in these categories – 529 confirmed cases and 297 suspected cases.

The hospitals with the most confirmed cases are: the Mater with 79 patients, Tallaght 69 and St James’s with 62.

There are 69 patients with confirmed or suspected Covid-19 in intensive care units.

Currently, there are 155 vacant critical care beds.

The number of vacant general hospital beds has been reducing and now stands at 1,181.

Latest figures show further drop in Covid-19 patients in hospitals (RTÉ)

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11 thoughts on “Reductions

    1. V'ness

      Go straight to three
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      Pandemic Management of Catchy Sayings and Overly Styled Graphics

      The entire Country has had 8 months effin Cancelled
      And effin’ Tipp get to keep their title for another year

  1. V'ness

    Go straight to three
    ffs

    Pandemic Management of Catchy Sayings and Overly Styled Graphics

    The entire Country has had 8 months effin Cancelled
    And effin’ Tipp get to keep their title for another year

  2. JEH

    Real question is how long the suspected cases will remain at “suspected”. There certainly can’t be a backlog now.

  3. Orla

    They are coming out with the “what if” arguments now, the cognitive dissonance amongst the pro shutdown fanatics is getting worse as the days pass.

    Holohan has the lamest defense of the Irish/who approach versus the Swedish model.
    It’s based on beds in ICU’s per 5 million, keep in mind Sweden’s has about 100 more occupied ICU beds,holohan is patting himself on the back because he believes Ireland could never handle the same situation, he also throws in a few more “what if’s” ,according to holohan we require mass shutdown and ruining of people’s livelihood’s for the sake of 100-150 ICU beds.
    Take note in the subtle pro holohan/who RTÉ piece they don’t focus on deaths per 5 million in Ireland and Sweden to justify mass shutdown, Sweden currently have around 22 more deaths overall for a population of 10 million and no population density is not a factor here, no mention of Belarus of course because the normal person conspiracy theorists will say that’s all lies.

    The bigger question within the ICU statistics that holohan needs to be asked is how many were placed in an induced coma for ventilation and how many survived this procedure.

    The more clear the information/data is becoming the more disconcerting this whole saga becomes, you’ll see soon why they didn’t want testing to increase, it’s a scandal beyond holohans cervical check scandal.

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